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Zoning Districts – Residential

167.01 "R-1" District Regulations
167.02 "R-1-A" District Regulations
167.03 "R-2" District Regulations
167.04 "R-3" District Regulations
167.05 "C-1" District Regulations
167.06 "C-2" District Regulations
167.07 "C-3" District Regulations
167.08 "C-4" District Regulations
167.09 "CI" District Regulations
167.10 "A-1" District Regulations
167.11 Planned Unit Development District
167.12 Oak Creek Planned Unit Development
167.13 Windcrest Planned Unit Development

167.01   “R-1” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “R-1” Single-Family Residential District.

  1. Use Regulations. A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses:

(1)       A single-family dwelling on each lot or building site.

(2)       Churches and similar places of worship; public and private schools; and public libraries.

(3)       Public or private parks, playgrounds, golf courses, and other outdoor recreational facilities which are commonly but not necessarily, operated on a nonprofit basis; however, amusement parks, golf-driving ranges, golf miniature putting courses, normally operated for profit and employing manufactured or constructed facilities of an unnatural or nonenvironmental design shall be excluded. (Paragraphs 4 & 5 Repealed by Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Accessory Uses:

(1)       Normal accessory buildings and structures for a dwelling such as:  private garages, swimming pools, children’s playhouses (shall not be used for dwelling purposes), radio and television receiving antennas, antennas, barbecue pits, playground equipment, tennis courts, etc.

(2)       Normal accessory buildings and structures for public recreation areas such as:  refreshment stands, playground equipment, all-weather shelters, tennis courts, barbecue pits, etc.

(3)       Domestic animals such as:  Cats, dogs, birds, tropical fish, etc., which are normally allowed to run free or are housed within the dwelling.  Horses, cows, swine, sheep, chickens and other similar fowl, etc. normally considered farm or wild and untamed animals or fowl shall be excluded except as otherwise provided for in this Zoning Code.

(4)       Greenhouses and horticultural nurseries for noncommercial gain.

(5)       Home occupations as defined in Section 165.03(57), provided such home occupation does not generate traffic, noise, odors, or pollutants which would be objectionable to the surrounding residences.

  1. Maximum Height Regulations. No principal building shall exceed two and one-half (2 ½) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following table shows requirements in the “R-1” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 For Dwellings

 

For Non-Dwellings

 

Lot area10,000 square feetone acre
Lot frontage80 feet150 feet
Front yard depth30 feet50 feet
Side yard least width

any side

 

10 feet

 

25 feet

Width minimum sum of

both side yards

 

20 feet

 

50 feet

Rear yard depths35 feet50 feet

 

  1. Off-street Parking Regulations.There shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit, exclusive of private garages.

167.02   “R-1-A” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “R-1-A” Single-Family Residential District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses:Any use permitted in the “R-1” District, providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-1-A” District.
  3. Accessory Uses.Any accessory use permitted in the “R-1” District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-1-A” District.
  4. Maximum Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed two and one-half (2 ½) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height.
  5. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following table shows requirements in the “R-1-A” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 For Dwellings

 

For Non-Dwellings

 

Lot area8,000 square feetone acre
Lot frontage70 feet150 feet
Front yard depth30 feet50 feet
Side yard least width

any side

 

7 feet

 

25 feet

Width minimum sum of

both side yards

 

15 feet

 

50 feet

Rear yard depths35 feet50 feet

 

  1. Off-street Parking Regulations.There shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit, exclusive of private garages.

167.03   “R-2” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “R-2” Low Density Multi-Family Residential District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in the “R-1” District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-2” District.

(2)       Two family dwellings.

(3)       Multi-family dwellings not exceeding three (3) units per principal building when a part of a Garden Apartment or Town House Residential Complex of two or more such buildings and providing such complex shall not exceed eight (8) dwelling units per acre lot area; provided, however, that on lots of one-half acre or less in size, the number of units shall not exceed a density of eight (8) dwelling units per one-half acre lot area. (Ord. No. 120 – Nov-95 Supp.)

(Paragraph 4 Repealed by Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Accessory Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in the “R-1” District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-2” District.

(2)       Playground areas and equipment accessory to multi-family dwellings.

(3)       Multi-family entertainment and service centers, providing such areas shall not be located to the front of the principal building at ground level or above and such areas shall be screened from public view.

(4)       Storage garage accessory to the principal building.

  1. Maximum Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed two and one-half (2 ½) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following table shows requirements in the “R-2” District.
  3. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

 

LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 One, Multi-family & TownhousesFor Duplex and TriplexFor Non-Dwellings
Lot area7,000 square feet10,000 square feetone acre
Lot frontage50 feet80 feet150 feet
Front yard depth30 feet30 feet50 feet
Side yard least width

any side

 

5 feet†

 

10 feet

 

25 feet

Width minimum sum of

both side yards

 

10 feet

 

20 feet

 

50 feet

Rear yard depths35 feet35 feet50 feet
† The side yard least width on any one side for townhouses shall, however, be zero feet.

 

  1. Off-street Parking Regulations.For each one (1) family dwelling unit, there shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit, exclusive of private garages.  For a two (2) or three (3) family dwelling, there shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit.  One (1) garage parking space may be counted as a parking space in fulfillment of the parking requirements.

167.04   “R-3” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “R-3” Multi-Family Residential District.

  1. Use Regulations. A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in the “R-2” Residential District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-3” District.

(2)       Multiple-family apartment buildings designed for more than two (2) dwelling units providing such use shall not exceed sixteen (16) dwelling units per acre of lot area, and twenty-four (24) dwelling units for each building.

(3)       Nursing or convalescent homes. (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Accessory Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in the “R-2” Residential District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “R-3” District.

(2)       Retail shops and refreshment stands accessory to principal buildings of subsection (A)(2) (Apartment buildings) of this section; provided, however, there shall be no access to such place of retail shop except from the inside of the principal building or internal courtyard, nor shall any display of stock, goods or advertising for such be so arranged that it can be viewed from outside the principal building.

  1. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed three (3) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, at the required front, side and rear yard building lines.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following table shows requirements in the “R-3” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area10,000 square feet
Lot frontage80 feet
Front yard depth30 feet
Side yard least width any side10 feet
Width minimum sum of both side yards20 feet
Rear yard depths35 feet

 

  1. Building Floor Area to Lot Area Ratio Requirements.The building floor area ratio shall not exceed the following:
 

HEIGHT OF BUILDING

TOTAL FLOOR AREA TO LOT AREA RATIO
1 story0.30
2 story0.50
3 story0.60

 

  1. Off-Street Parking Regulations.For each one (1) and two (2) family dwelling unit, there shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit, exclusive of private garages.  For a multi-family dwelling, there shall be two (2) parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
  2. Open Space Regulations.On each lot there shall be provided an open space equal to at least twenty (20) percent of the total lot area, said space shall be unencumbered with any structure or off-street parking and shall be landscaped and well maintained with grass, trees and shrubbery, except for areas used as pedestrian walks and ingress-egress drives; and ingress-egress drives shall not exceed two (2) twenty (20) foot lanes which are separated by open space.
  3. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  4. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

167.05   “C-1” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “C-1” Limited Commercial District.  For the purpose of this section, a “C-1” District is defined as a Commercial District adjacent to a Residential District, and in which the permitted retail business uses are normally required for the needs, convenience and general benefit to the residents of the locality.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses:

(1)       Local retail business or service establishments such as the following:

Apparel shops, infant, teenage and adult

Art goods, and bric-a-brac shops

Bakery, whose products are sold only at retail and only on the premises

Banks, including drive-in teller service

Barber shop or beauty shop

Candy shops, retail sales only

Clothes cleaning and laundry pickup stations

Collection office of a public utility

Dairy store, retail sales only

Drug store

Florist shop, retail sales only

Gift shop

Grocery, delicatessen or meat market, except those dealing in live poultry

Haberdashery

Household goods hardware store

Ice cream parlor

Launderette

Paint and wallpaper store

Pet shop

Post office substation

Radio and television sales and repair

Restaurants

Shoe repair shops

Soda fountain and café

, providing no alcoholic beverages may be served or sold

Variety store

(2)       Professional and semi-professional office buildings for the following:

Abstract and title

Accountants and bookkeeping

Actuaries

Advertising (no shops)

Adjusters (insurance)

Aerial survey and photography

Appraisers – no sale or rental of any type of merchandise or equipment

Art Studios/Art Galleries

Attorneys

Auditors

Business analysts – counselors or brokers

Building contractors, office only (no shops or storage)

Chiropodists

Chiropractors

Consultants

Counseling, child guidance and family service

Court reporter, public stenographer

Credit reporting

Dentist

Detective agencies and investigating service

Drafting and plan service

Engineers, professional

Insurance and bonds

Manufacturers agents

Market research

Medical doctors

Model agencies (no school)

Mortgage broker

Notary public

Optician

Optometrist

Public libraries

Public relations

Real estate

Real estate management

Secretarial service

Shoppers information service

Social service bureau

Stock broker exchange – investment service

Tax consultants

Telephone answering service

Theater ticket agencies

Travel agencies

Zoning consultants

(3)       Any other similar retail business, service establishment, or professional office use which is found by the Zoning Administrator to be a use similar to one of the above named uses and, in his or her opinion, conforms to the intent of this section. (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Accessory Uses.

(1)       Any accessory uses permitted in the “R-3” District providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “C-1” District.

(2)       Storage or merchandise incidental to the principal use, but not to exceed a floor area which is equal to forty (40) percent of the floor area used by the principal use, and such storage shall be wholly contained within the principal building.

(3)       Outside display areas, outside storage areas, etc.  shall not occupy any portion of required yard areas, open space, parking areas, etc., and shall be screened from public thoroughfare and adjacent property view.  Temporary displays and restricted permanent displays instrumental to the conduct of the principal use may be permitted by special permit; provided, however, such permit shall be specifically limited to those displays which do not detract or which augment the aesthetic character of the general area.

  1. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed thirty-five (35) feet in height.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.Any “R-3” use shall be as specified in the “R-3” District.  For all other permitted uses, the following table shows requirements in the “C-1” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area6,500 square feet
Lot width50 feet
Front yard depth45 feet
Side yard least widthNone required except adjoining any “R” District in which case not less than 25 feet†
Rear yard depths25 feet
 

†All yards abutting a public thoroughfare shall be considered front yards and shall comply with the requirements for a front yard.

 

  1. Off-street Parking Regulations.Off-street parking requirements are governed by Section 166.14 of this Zoning Code.
  2. Open Space Requirements.All buildings and land use shall comply with the following:  On each lot there shall be provided an open space equal to at least twenty (20) percent of the total lot area; said space shall be unencumbered with any structure or off-street parking and shall be landscaped and well maintained with grass, trees and shrubbery, except for areas used as pedestrian walks and ingress-egress drives; and ingress-egress drives shall not exceed two (2) twenty (20) foot lanes which are separated by open space.
  3. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  4. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

167.06   “C-2” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “C-2” General Commercial District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       General retail business and service establishments such as the following:

Animal hospital, veterinary clinic or kennel; providing any exercising runway or pasture shall be at least two hundred (200) feet from any “R” or “C-1” District

Automobile, trailer and farm implement establishment for display, hire, sales and minor repairs, including sales lots

Automotive body and fender repair shop

Automotive repair garage

Bakeries

Ballrooms and dance halls

Billiard parlors and pool halls

Bowling alleys

Business, commercial, dancing and music schools

Carpenter and Cabinet shops

Clothes dry cleaning and/or dyeing establishments, using flammable cleaning fluids with a flash point higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit

Drive-in eating and drinking establishments, summer gardens, and road houses, including entertainment and dancing provided the principal building is distant at least two hundred (200) feet from any “R” District

Grain and animal feed, storage and sales

Ice storage and distributing station of not more than five (5) ton capacity

Locker plants for storage and retail only

Lumber yards, retail, but not including any millwork, manufacturing, fabricating or wholesale operations

Mobile home parks

Motels and auto courts

Night clubs

Plumbing, heating and air conditioning shops

Printing shops and bookbinding not employing more than ten (10) employees, and not to include more than two (2) twelve inch (12”) job presses

Radio or TV broadcasting stations, studios and offices but not towers in excess of one hundred (100) feet

Sign painting shop

Taverns (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Accessory Uses.Accessory uses permitted in the “C-1” District.
  2. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed forty-five (45) feet in height.
  3. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following table shows requirements in the “C-2” District.         (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area6,500 square feet
Lot width50 feet
Front yard depth45 feet
Side yard least widthNone required except adjoining any “R” District in which case not less than 25 feet†
Rear yard depths25 feet
 

†All yards abutting a public thoroughfare shall be considered front yards and shall comply with the requirements for a front yard.

 

  1. Off-street Parking Regulations.Off-street parking requirements are governed by Section 166.14 of this Zoning Code.
  2. Open Space Requirements.All buildings and land use shall comply with the following:  On each lot there shall be provided an open space equal to at least twenty (20) percent of the total lot area; said space shall be unencumbered with any structure or off-street parking and shall be landscaped and well maintained with grass, trees and shrubbery, except for areas used as pedestrian walks and ingress-egress drives; and ingress-egress drives shall not exceed two (2) twenty (20) foot lanes which are separated by open space.
  3. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  4. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

167.07   “C-3” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “C-3” Central Business and Commercial District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:

 

  1. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in the “C-1” District, “C-2” District and “R-3” District, except one and two family residential dwellings, and providing such use shall comply with the minimum requirements of the “C-3” District.

(2)       Manufacture or treatment of products clearly incidental to the conduct of a retail business conducted on the premises.

(3)       Printing or publishing houses.

  1. Accessory Uses.Accessory uses permitted in the “C-1” District and “C-2” District. (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)
  2. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed forty-five (45) feet in height.
  3. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.Requirements for dwellings shall be the same as specified in the “R-2” District.  Requirements for motels and auto courts shall be the same as specified in the “C-2” District. For all other permitted uses, the following table shows requirements in the “C-3” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area, lot width and front yard depthNone required unless the proposed right-of-way of a thoroughfare shown on the Official Major Street Plan, in which case the building setback line shall be the proposed right-of-way line
Side yard least widthNone except adjacent to an “R” District in which case not less than 10 feet
Rear yard depthsNone except abutting an “R” District, in which case not less than 25 feet
  1. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  2. Site Plans.(Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)
  3. Single-Family Residential Dwelling.Other provisions of Section 166.04 and this section of the Code of Ordinances to the contrary notwithstanding, any single-family residential dwelling used for residential purposes on or before January 1, 1990, and thereafter converted to commercial purposes, may be reconverted from commercial to residential purposes. (Ord. 212 – Nov. 04 Supp.)
  4. Multi-Family Residential Dwellings.Other provisions of Section 166.04 and this section of the Code of Ordinances to the contrary notwithstanding, any multiple-family apartment buildings designed for more than two (2) dwelling units may, in the event of damage to an extent of fifty percent (50%) or more of its fair market value, be restored or reconstructed and used as a multiple-family apartment building for more than two (2) dwelling units.                                                                           (Ord. 263 – Dec. 08 Supp.)

167.08   “C-4” DISTRICT REGULATIONS. The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “C-4” Highway Commercial District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  2. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in a “C” District.

(2)       Motor freight terminals and related facilities.

(3)       Warehousing.

(4)       Assembly of products.

(5)       Light commercial enterprises.

  1. Accessory Uses.Accessory uses permitted in a “C” District. (Ord. 184 – Oct-03 Supp.)
  2. Required Conditions.No use shall be permitted to be established or maintained which by reason of its nature or manner of operation is or may become hazardous, noxious, offensive or pollute the air or water due to the emission of cinders, dust, particulate matter, gas fumes, noise, odor, smoke, refuse matter or water-carried waste.  In the assembly of products, all partially assembled and fully assembled components must all be stored within a building.
  3. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed thirty (30) feet in height.
  4. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following minimum requirements shall be observed.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area15,000 square feet
Lot width100 feet
Front yard depth45 feet
Side yard least width25 feet †
Rear yard depths25 feet
 

†All yards abutting a public thoroughfare shall be considered front yards and shall comply with the requirements for a front yard.

For the purpose of complying with the foregoing minimums, any parcels of real estate on opposite sides of a street right-of-way which are owned by the same titleholder and utilized in the same commercial enterprise shall be considered as one parcel.

 

  1. Off-street Parking Requirements.Off-street parking requirements are governed by Section 166.14 of this Zoning Code, provided, however, that any owner who plans the construction of 3,000 or more square feet of off-street parking may make application to the Plan and Zoning Commission for the scheduling over a period of up to five years of the surfacing of the area with asphaltic or ortland cement concrete pavement.  The scheduling over a period of years of the surfacing of such off-street parking areas shall apply only to the internal parking needs of the employees of the commercial enterprise and not to the parking needs of its customers and the public.  The Commission shall make its written recommendations on such scheduling to the Council, which may accept, reject or modify the recommendations.
  2. Open Space Requirements.All buildings and land use shall comply with the following:  On each lot or parcel there shall be provided an open space equal to at least twenty percent (20%) of the total lot or parcel area; said space shall be unencumbered with any structure or off-street parking and shall be landscaped and well maintained with grass, trees and shrubbery, except for areas used as pedestrian walks and ingress-egress drives; and ingress-egress drives shall not exceed two (2) twenty (20) foot lanes which are separated by open space.  On parcels greater than three (3) acres in size, upon application by the owner, the Plan and Zoning Commission may recommend to the Council, in connection with the approval of a landscaping plan, a reduction in the required open space requirements to less than twenty percent (20%), but at least ten percent (10%).  The Council may accept, reject or modify the recommendation.  For purposes of complying with the foregoing requirements, any parcels of real estate on opposite sides of a street right-of-way which are owned by the same titleholder and utilized in the same commercial enterprise shall be considered as one parcel.
  3. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  4. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

167.09   “CI” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “CI” Commercial Light Industrial District.

  1. Statement of Intent.The Commercial Light Industrial District is intended and designed to provide for areas within the City deemed appropriate for value added and manufacturing processes of various intensities needed by the business and technology population of a local, state, and national level while promoting the quality of life, health, and general welfare desired by the citizens of the City.  The development will incorporate high-quality materials in unique designs with substantial buffering and the incorporation of trees, shrubs, and other plant materials.  It shall be generally recognized that the type of use is not so important as the manner in which the use is accomplished.  It is intended that the District shall not be used indiscriminately to permit any use that could potentially be detrimental to the intent of the Zoning Code.  No use shall be permitted to be established or maintained which by reason of its nature or manner of operation is or may become hazardous, noxious or offensive owning to the emission of odor, dust, smoke, cinders, gas, fumes, vibrations, refuse matter or waste.  The best practical means known for disposal of refuse material, the abatement of obnoxious or offensive odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or similar nuisance shall be employed.
  2. Use Regulations. A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:
  3. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Any use permitted in a “C” District.

(2)       Automobile Assembly and Repair.

(3)       Contractor’s Equipment Storage Yard or Plant Storage Yard for Vehicles of a Delivery or Driving Service.

(4)       Furniture Manufacturing.

(5)       Manufacture and Repair of Electric Signs, Advertising Structures, Light Sheet Metal Products, including Heating and Ventilating Equipment.

(6)       Manufacture of Musical Instruments, Novelties and Molded Rubber Products.

(7)       Manufacture of Pottery or Other Similar Ceramic Products, using only previously pulverized clay and kilns fired only by electricity or gas.

(8)       Manufacture or Assembly of Electrical Appliances, Instruments and Devices.

(9)       Manufacturing, Compounding, Assembling, or Treatment of Article or Merchandise from Previously Prepared Materials such as Bone or Cloth, Cork, Fiber, Leather, Paper, Plastics, Metals, Precious Stones, Tobacco, Wax, Yarns, and Wood.

(10)     Any other similar commercial light industrial use which is found by the Zoning Administrator to be a use similar to one of the above-named uses and, in his or her opinion, conforms to the intent of this section.

  1. Height Regulations.No principal building shall exceed thirty (30) feet in height.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage, and Yard Requirements.The following minimum requirements shall be observed.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses
Lot area15,000 square feet
Lot width100 feet
Front yard depth45 feet
Side yard least width25 feet †
Rear yard depth25 feet
 

†All yards abutting a public thoroughfare shall be considered front yards and shall comply with the requirements for a front yard.

For the purpose of complying with the foregoing minimums, any parcels of real estate on opposite sides of a street right-of-way which are owned by the same titleholder and utilized in the same commercial enterprise shall be considered as one parcel.

  1. Off-Street Parking Requirements. Off-street parking requirements are governed by Section 166.14 of this Zoning Code, provided, however, that any owner who plans the construction of 3,000 or more square feet of off-street parking may make application to the Plan and Zoning Commission for the scheduling over a period of up to five years of the surfacing of the area with asphaltic or ortland cement concrete pavement.  The scheduling over a period of years of the surfacing of such off-street parking areas shall apply only to the internal parking needs of the employees of the commercial enterprise and not to the parking needs of its customers and the public.  The Commission shall make its written recommendations on such scheduling to the Council, which may accept, reject or modify the recommendations.
  2. Open Space Requirements.All buildings and land use shall comply with the following: On each lot or parcel there shall be provided an open space equal to at least twenty percent (20%) of the total lot or parcel area; said space shall be unencumbered with any structure or off-street parking and shall be landscaped and well maintained with grass, trees and shrubbery, except for areas used as pedestrian walks and ingress-egress drives; and ingress-egress drives shall not exceed two (2) twenty (20) foot lanes which are separated by open space.  On parcels greater than three (3) acres in size, upon application by the owner,  the Plan and Zoning Commission may recommend to the Council, in connection with the approval of a landscaping plan, a reduction in the required open space requirements to less than twenty percent (20%), but at least ten percent (10%).  The Council may accept, reject or modify the recommendation.  For purposes of complying with the foregoing requirements, any parcels of real estate on opposite sides of a street right-of-way which are owned by the same titleholder and utilized in the same commercial enterprise shall be considered as one parcel.
  3. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  4. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)
  5. Outdoor Storage Areas. Outside storage areas for product, materials, and supplies are permitted, following Site Plan approval.  Outside storage areas shall provide an opaque screening wall completely screening the enclosed material.  Adequate landscaping and screening shall be provided to reduce visibility to the adjoining property owners.  Slats in chain-link fencing shall not be deemed as acceptable alternative to privacy fencing.  An approved granular or hard surface area may be required for any outdoor storage area. (Section 167.09 – Ord. 221 – Dec. 05 Supp.)

167.10   “A-1” DISTRICT REGULATIONS.  The regulations as set forth in this section and other applicable sections of this Zoning Code apply in the “A-1” Agricultural District.

  1. Use Regulations.A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes.
  2. Principal Permitted Uses.

(1)       Agriculture and the usual agriculture buildings and structures.

(2)       Truck gardening and nurseries, provided that no permanent dwelling units shall be erected thereon unless the tract contains ten (10) or more acres.

(3)       Mining and extracting of minerals or raw material, subject to prior recommendation from the Plan and Zoning Commission and approval by the City Council.

(4)       Forest and forestry.

(5)       Public or private parks, playgrounds, golf courses, and other outdoor recreational facilities which are commonly, but not necessarily, operated on a nonprofit basis; however, amusement parks, golf driving ranges, golf miniature putting courses, normally operated for profit and employing manufactured or constructed facilities of an unnatural or nonenvironmental design shall be excluded.

(6)       Any use erected or maintained by a public agency.

(7)       Public utility structures and equipment necessary for the operation thereof.

(8)       Transmitting stations and towers.

(9)       Dumping of noncombustible materials for land fill purposes by Special Use Permit, provided materials are not hazardous.

  1. Accessory Uses.

(1)       Accessory buildings and uses customarily incident to any of the above uses.

(2)       Bulletin boards and signs pertaining to the lease, hire or sale of a building or premises, or signs pertaining to any material that is grown, or treated within the District; provided however, that such signs shall be located upon or immediately adjacent to the building or in the area in which such materials are treated, processed, or stored.

  1. Height Regulations.Any building hereafter erected or structurally altered may be erected to any height not in conflict with any other provision of the Code of Ordinances.
  2. Lot Area, Frontage and Yard Requirements.The following minimum requirements shall be observed in the “A-1” District.
LOT AREA, FRONTAGE AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
 All Uses

 

Lot area10 acres
Lot width200 feet
Front yard depth50 feet
Side yard least width on any one side50 feet
Rear yard depths50 feet
Width minimum sum of both side yards100 feet
  1. Buffers Required.Buffers may be required in accord with Section 166.15 of this Zoning Code.
  2. Site Plans. (Repealed by Ord. 245 – Feb. 08 Supp – see Chapter 158.)

167.11   PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.  The Planned Unit Development (P.U.D.) District is established for well-planned developments that conform with the intent of the Comprehensive Plan.  Although such developments may appear to deviate in certain aspects from a literal interpretation of the Comprehensive Plan, the Planned Unit Development District and its accompanying guidelines and regulations are intended to allow freedom of design in order to promote developments which will be an asset to the City, by equaling or surpassing the quality of developments resulting from the application of more conventional zoning regulations.

  1. The Planned Unit Development District is designed to:
  2. Flexibility.Promote and permit flexibility that will encourage a more creative and imaginative approach in development which results in a more efficient, aesthetic, desirable and economic use of land, while maintaining the density and intensity of use.
  3. Adjacent and Existing Development.Provide minimal effect upon adjacent properties and existing development.
  4. Utilities.Promote development that can be conveniently, efficiently, and economically served by existing municipal utilities and services or by their logical extensions.
  5. Special Site Features.Promote flexibility in design, placement of buildings, and use of open space, pedestrian and vehicular circulation facilities, and off-street parking areas in a manner that will best utilize the potential of sites characterized by special features of geography, geology, topography, size or shape.
  6. Natural and Historic Features.Provide, where it is shown to be in the public interest, for the preservation of historical features and such natural features as streams, drainageways, floodplains, ponds, lakes, topography, rock outcroppings, unique areas of vegetation, stands of trees and other similar natural assets.
  7. Recreational Facilities.Provide for more adequate recreational facilities and other public and common facilities than would otherwise be provided under conventional land development.
  8. Natural Setting.Provide for the enhancement of the natural setting through careful and sensitive placement of manmade facilities and plant materials.
  9. Review Application Procedure.The reviewing and processing of any proposed Planned Unit Development shall be in two steps:
  10. Pre-Application.Pre-Application conference with sketch.
  11. Application.Application for Planned Unit Development.
  12. Pre-Application Sketch.In order to eliminate unnecessary expenditures of time and funds, the developer shall present to the City Clerk for submission to the City Engineer a pre-application sketch plan.  The City Engineer will involve any City personnel necessary.  This sketch should show the generalized overall plan for development of the proposed Planned Unit Development area.  Included as part of the overall sketch plan should be the following elements:
  13. Site.Location and size of site.
  14. Topography.Existing topography with major earthwork areas, major storm water runoff considerations, and problem drainageway areas indicated.
  15. Environmental Characteristics.Existing tree masses and other geological and environmentally important characteristics.
  16. Traffic and Parking.Generalized vehicular and pedestrian systems and parking areas.
  17. Buildings.Generalized building locations.
  18. Density.Approximate gross density, and number and types of dwelling units and the approximate gross floor areas of commercial and industrial land uses.
  19. Utilities.Generalized utility line consideration with sanitary sewer capacity limitations so noted.
  20. Lot Ownership.Generalized public and private ownership boundaries, including common ownership areas, if any.
  21. Sun and Wind.Generalized building locations shall reflect that consideration be given to the positive and negative effects of sun and wind.
  22. Schedule.Generalized flow chart indicating construction schedule.

The City Engineer shall have fifteen (15) days in which to review and comment on the pre-application sketch plan, and then shall conduct a pre-application conference with the developer.

  1. Application for Planned Unit Development Plan Approval.After the pre-application conference, application for the Planned Unit Development plan approval shall be made to the Council.  The Council shall refer the application to the Plan and Zoning Commission for review and recommendation.  Such recommendation shall be forwarded to the Council within forty-five (45) days of referral.  Upon written request and approval by the Council an additional forty-five (45) days may be granted for a recommendation.  All technical assistance to the Plan and Zoning Commission on the application shall be coordinated by the City Engineer.  The application shall include the following written and visual materials:  (Copies shall be supplied by the developer in sufficient number as the City deems necessary.)
  2. Statement and Fee.

(1)       A written statement concerning the proposed development, including the nature of the project, proposed land uses, building types, density ranges, and description of the open space and recreational system.

(2)       A filing fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) shall be paid to the Clerk to cover the Commission’s and Council’s review of the application.  All costs in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00) incurred by the City in the pre- application and application phases of review shall be paid and reimbursed to the City by the developer.

  1. Plan.A site development plan containing the following:

(1)       Legal description of the total site being developed along with the name(s) of the owner(s) and seal of the registered land surveyor making the plat.

(2)       A topographical survey of the site at an interval of not more than one (1) foot, unless characteristics of the site indicate a greater or shorter interval appears appropriate.

(3)       Dimensions and bearings of external property boundaries.

(4)       The location of all existing structures, easements, utilities, proposed utilities, and public dedications either contained upon or adjacent to the site.

(5)       The existing and proposed public and/or private street and sidewalk system.

(6)       A statement of quantitative data including total number and types of structures to be constructed on the site, individual parcel sizes, lot coverages, gross and net residential densities, areas reserved for open space and recreation, and off-street parking areas.

(7)       A statement addressing the positive and negative effects of sun and wind on the building locations.

  1. Site.Site supporting information shall include, as appropriate:

(1)       Any water course areas.

(2)       Unique natural features.

(3)       Unique historical sites.

(4)       General vegetation cover.

(5)       Soil suitability.

  1. Landscaping.A landscape plan delineating the proposed treatment of the site.  The plan shall be supplemented with a written “Statement of Intent” of the plan and how the intent is to be realized.
  2. Plans.Representative floor plans and exterior elevations of proposed structures and buildings.
  3. Schedule.A flow chart indicating the approximate phasing and construction timetable.
  4. Council Action on Planned Unit Development Application.The Council shall conduct a public hearing on the application and then shall by resolution grant approval of, or reject, the Planned Unit Development application.  If the application is rejected, the Council will advise the owner or developer of any changes which are desired, or should have consideration, before approval will be given.  Upon approval of the application, a certified copy of the resolution of approval signed by the Mayor and attested by the Clerk shall be attached to the original application.  Notice of the public hearing shall be published pursuant to the provisions of State law.
  5. Design Standards.Even though Planned Unit Developments promote and permit flexibility of design, certain standards must be applied to assure compatibility of the project with the intent of the Zoning Code.  These standards include:
  6. Permitted Uses.Normal permitted uses are those of a residential character including single-family (detached or attached), two-family and/or multiple-family dwellings and the usual accessory buildings, such as garages, storage space, maintenance structures, and buildings for recreational purposes.  Commercial uses may be located with residential buildings.  However, if such commercial uses are proposed to be contained within a separate free-standing structure:

(1)       It must be so designed to reflect the residential character of the development; and

(2)       It may contain an identification sign no more than four (4) square feet, placed flush on one wall and generally not observable from the periphery of the development. (Ord. 156 – Jul-00 Supp.)

  1. Density.The permitted maximum dwelling unit density shall not exceed what is allowable in the zoning district in which the Planned Unit Development is constructed.  Where a Planned Unit Development is proposed and is contained within two or
    more zoning districts, density shall be determined by adding the maximum dwelling units allowable for each proportional part.
  2. Tract Size.There is no minimum tract size.
  3. Parking.All parking must meet the requirements of the zoning district in which the Planned Unit Development is constructed.  Where a Planned Unit Development is proposed and is contained within two or more zoning districts, parking requirements shall be determined by the Council, but shall not be any less restrictive than the existing requirements in the zones in which the Planned Unit Development is constructed.  Parking lot design consideration shall be as follows:

(1)       Parking areas shall be treated as an integral part of the development in scale, location and character.

(2)       Parking areas shall be arranged to discourage through traffic.

(3)       As appropriate, parking areas shall be screened from adjacent structures and streets with hedges, plantings, fences, earth berms, changes in grade, and/or similar buffers.

(4)       Parking areas shall be designed to allow for the drainage of surface water without erosion, flooding, and other inconveniences.

  1. Height.There shall be no maximum height requirement.  However, heights shall be regulated to the extent that it relates to the proposed development and to the general area within which the development is proposed to be located.
  2. Open Space.A major portion of any Planned Unit Development is its open space provisions, the integration of which is closely tied to the total development.  However, no quantitative standards are established in this section.  Quality standards acknowledge the separate and multiple functions of open preservation of natural site amenities.  In designing the Planned Unit Development, consideration shall be given to such functions. All land in the Planned Unit Development indicated as common land and common open space shall be maintained by one of the following methods:

(1)       If the land is deeded to a Homeowner’s Association, the developer shall file a declaration of covenants and restrictions that will govern the association, which shall be submitted with the application for the Planned Unit Development.  The provisions shall include, but not be limited to:

(a)       The Homeowner’s Association must be established before the dwellings are sold.

(b)       Membership must be mandatory for each home buyer and any successive buyer.

©         The open space restrictions must be permanent.

(d)       The Homeowner’s Association must be responsible for liability insurance, taxes, and the maintenance of recreational and other facilities.

(2)       All or any part of the open space system may be conveyed to the City by joint agreement of the developer and the City.  Such conveyance may be by dedication of easement.

  1. Additional Requirements.Planned Unit Development plans, where applicable, shall comply with the final plat requirements of the Subdivision Regulations contained in Chapter 170.
  2. Other Considerations.A number of major factors should undergo evaluation as a portion of design standards, including:

(1)       Natural drainage areas shall be retained as appropriate and, if necessary, improved.

(2)       Due consideration shall be given to preserving natural site amenities and minimizing the disturbance to the natural environment.

(3)       Existing trees shall be preserved wherever possible.  The location of trees is to be considered in designing building location, underground services, and paved areas.

(4)       If the development includes floodplain areas, they shall be preserved as permanent open space.

(5)       Due consideration shall be given to the natural topography.  Major grade change shall be avoided.  If the development includes hillsides and slopes, special evaluation shall be given to geological conditions, erosion, and topsoil loss.  If unfavorable development conditions exist, the Council may restrict clearing, cutting, filling, or other substantial changes in the natural conditions of the affected area. (Ord. 147 – Jul-00 Supp.)

167.12    OAK CREEK PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.  The Oak Creek Planned Unit Development is created and approved as of the effective date of the ordinance codified by this section pursuant to Section 167.11 of this Zoning Code, and is reflected on the Official Zoning Map established pursuant to Section 165.05 of this Zoning Code.

  1. The Master Plan, approved by the Council, is a graphic representation of the property included in the Oak Creek Planned Unit Development and delineates the approximate location and configuration of the parcels for the purpose of easier reference for the applicable provisions of this section.Changes or modifications to the graphic representation may be necessary to acquire workable street patterns, grades, and usable building sites.  The graphic representation including the relationship of uses to each other, the relationship of land use to the general plan framework, and development requirements shall, however, be used as the guide for implementing the planned unit development.  The graphic representation is intended to convey the developer’s conceptual plan, and is meant to be illustrative and to provide guidance to all parties.
  2. Prior to the development of any portion of the Oak Creek Planned Unit Development, the Council, after receiving a recommendation from the Plan and Zoning Commission, shall review and approve a detailed site plan.
  3. The following specific requirements are established for the Oak Creek Planned Unit Development:
  4. No building with pre-manufactured sheet metal siding or roofing shall be constructed within the planned unit development.Standing seam and copper roofing will be permitted.
  5. In a residential development, the owner shall dedicate to the City for park purposes, one-half of an acre or one percent of the residential acreage, whichever number is greater.
  6. Pole signs are permitted within the fifty (50) feet which lies north of the Highway 141 right-of-way, and the fifty (50) feet which lies east or west of the right-of-way of the first six hundred (600) feet of Highway 17 lying north of the north right-of-way of Highway 141.No pole sign may be higher than fifty (50) feet.  In all other areas of the Oak Creek Planned Unit Development, a lot with a business shall be allowed one monument sign, which shall utilize the same building materials found in the principal building.
  7. The proposed, but unnamed, street running south of Burr Oak Boulevard and then easterly to Highway 17 shall be constructed by the owner of the underlying real estate in connection with the location of a RISE-eligible business in the portion of the planned unit development lying west of Highway 17.In the event the street will not have been constructed by July 1, 2005, the City, owner and developer will meet on or before May 1, 2005, to determine a revised deadline for the street construction. (Ord. 206 – Nov. 04 Supp.)
  1. Land Use Design Criteria for all Parcels.The Master Plan document delineates five (5) parcels of the Planned Unit Development, and are numbered one (1) through five (5).
  2. Parcel 1.Flex Zoned.  This parcel is zoned to permit residential uses on the second floor of only one office/retail building within the parcel.  Retail and office are the other permitted uses.
  3. Parcel 2.Commercial.  This parcel is zoned for retail and office uses.
  4. Parcel 3.Commercial.  This parcel is zoned for all of the permitted uses in the C-4 (Highway Commercial) District.
  5. Parcel 4.Commercial.  This parcel is zoned for office uses.
  6. Parcel 5. Single-Family Residential.This parcel is zoned for single-family residential purposes, as follows:

(1)       Twin Eagles Point Plats 1 and 2 – R-1 Single Family Residential District.

(2)       Twin Eagles Point Plat 3 – R-1-A Single-Family Residential District. (Ord. 343 – Dec. 16 Supp.) (Ord. 177 – Oct-03 Supp.)

  1. Street Right-of-Way.Adequate street rights-of-way shall be provided for the construction, reconstruction, and widening of adjoining streets adjacent to, or within the planned unit development.  Rights-of-way shall be dedicated to the City prior to recording the Final Plat.
  2. Platting.Prior to, or in conjunction with the development or transfer of ownership of any portion of the planned unit development, such area shall be platted pursuant to Chapter 170.
  3. Storm Water Management.Prior to development within each of the parcels of the planned unit development, a complete storm water management plan shall be submitted for review by the Plan and Zoning Commission and approval by the Council. (Ord. 171 – Apr. 01 Supp.)

167.13    WINDCREST PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.  The Windcrest Planned Unit Development is created and approved as of the effective date of the ordinance codified by this section pursuant to Section 167.11 of this Zoning Code, and is reflected on the Official Zoning Map established pursuant to Section 165.05 of this Zoning Code.

  1. The Master Plan, approved by the Council, is a graphic representation of the property included in the Windcrest Planned Unit Development and delineates the approximate location and configuration of the parcels for the purpose of easier reference for the applicable provisions of this section.Changes or modifications to the graphic representation may be necessary to acquire workable street patterns, grades, and usable building sites.  The graphic representation including the relationship of uses to each other, the relationship of land use to the general plan framework, and development requirements shall, however, be used as the guide for implementing the planned unit development.  The graphic representation is intended to convey the developer’s conceptual plan, and is meant to be illustrative and to provide guidance to all parties.
  2. Prior to the development of either Lot 37 or Lot 38 of the Windcrest Planned Unit Development, the Council, after receiving a recommendation from the Plan and Zoning Commission, shall review and approve a detailed site plan.
  3. The following specific requirements are established for the Windcrest Planned Unit Development:
  4. No building with pre-manufactured sheet metal siding or roofing shall be constructed within the planned unit development.Standing seam and copper roofing will be permitted.
  5. As additional land is developed in the planned Windcrest Subdivision by the owner north of the Windcrest Planned Unit Development, the owner intends to donate to the City for public park purposes approximately two acres of land, including a pond and other amenities.
  6. Monument or landscape signs are permitted on Lots 37 and 38 and at the primary access to State Street.
  7. Land Use Design Criteria for all Parcels. The Master Plan document delineates the initial Planned Unit Development containing seventeen (17) lots; Plat 1 containing twenty-one (21) lots; Plat 2 containing twenty-five (25) lots; Plat 3 containing twenty-five (25) lots; and Proposed Plat 4 containing fifty-six (56) lots. (Ord. 357 – Dec. 17 Supp.)
  8. Lots 1 through 15 are zoned for Bi-attached Single-family Residential Units. The units shall be one or two-story, 2 and 3-bedroom single-family homes with attached two-car garages.  Two attached units may be constructed on each lot, which shall have a minimum lot area of 10,200 square feet; minimum total lot width of 85 feet; minimum front and rear yard depths of 30 feet; and minimum side yard widths of 5 feet (minimum of 10 feet in total).  The building maximum height is 35 feet, and each unit shall have two parking spaces (including one garage space).  In all other respects the regulations of the R-2 (Low Density Multi-Family Residential) District shall apply.
  9. Lots 37 and 38 are zoned for the construction of public buildings and associated facilities by governmental entities. Each lot shall have a minimum lot area of 100,000 square feet. Lots shall have a minimum front yard depth of 20 feet along State Street and 30 feet along Oak Street; a minimum rear yard depth of 35 feet; and minimum side yard widths of 10 feet.  In the event one structure or complex is constructed on both lots, the interior side yard requirements adjacent to the  boundary line between the two lots shall not apply.  A minimum of 20 percent of the lot, or combined lots if one structure or complex is constructed on both lots, shall be devoted to open spaces.  On Lot 37, there shall be a buffer requirement of a 10-foot buffer yard with landscaping plantings, shrubs and evergreens.  The buffer shall extend along the east property line and adjacent to single-family lots to the north and the northeast.  The building maximum height is three stories not to exceed 45 feet. (Ord. 306 – Dec. 13 Supp.)
  1. Windcrest Plat 1, Lots 16 through 36 are zoned as Single-Family Residential, in compliance with the R-1-A Single Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 70 feet).
  2. Windcrest Plat 2, Lots 1 through 25 are zoned as Single-Fami1y Residential, in compliance with the R-1-A Single Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 70 feet).
  3. Windcrest Plat 3, Lots 1 through 28 are zoned as Single-Family Residential, in compliance with the R-1-A Single Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 70 feet).
  4. Proposed Windcrest Plat 4 including a total of 56 lots (to be platted as Landing at Oxley Creek Plat 4 and 5). The zoning is Single-Fami1y Residential, in compliance with the R-1-A Single Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 70 feet, except that the 27 lots on the northerly street loop may have minimum lot frontage of 65 feet). The second front yard setback on Lots 8 and 9 (adjacent to the proposed extension of Windcrest Drive) may be reduced from thirty (30) feet to twenty (20) feet. All streets in Windcrest Plat 4 (to be platted as Landing at Oxley Creek Plat 4 and 5) shall be constructed as 31-foot back to back streets. (Ord. 357 – Dec. 17 Supp.)
  1. Street Right-of-Way.Adequate street rights-of-way shall be provided for the construction, reconstruction, and widening of adjoining streets adjacent to, or within the planned unit development.  Rights-of-way shall be dedicated to the City prior to recording the Final Plat.
  2. Platting.Prior to, or in conjunction with the development or transfer of ownership of any portion of the planned unit development, such area shall be platted pursuant to Chapter 170.
  3. Storm Water Management.Prior to development within each of the parcels of the planned unit development, a complete storm water management plan shall be submitted for review by the Plan and Zoning Commission and approval by the Council. (Ord. 179 – Oct-03 Supp.)

167.14    GRANGER HILL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT.  The Granger Hill Planned Unit Development is created and approved as of the effective date of this Ordinance pursuant to Section 167.11 of this Zoning Code, and is reflected on the Official Zoning Map established pursuant to Section 165.05 of this Zoning Code.

  1. The Master Plan, approved by the Council, is a graphic representation of the property included in the Granger Hill Planned Unit Development and delineates the approximate location and configuration of the parcels for the purpose of easier reference for the applicable provisions of this Section. Changes or modifications to the graphic representation may be necessary to acquire workable street patterns, grades, and usable building sites.The graphic representation including the relationship of uses to each other, the relationship of land use to the general plan framework, and development requirements shall, however, be used as the guide for implementing the planned unit development.  The graphic representation is intended to convey the developer's conceptual plan, and is meant to be illustrative and to provide guidance to all parties.
  2. Prior to the development of any portion of the Granger Hill Planned Unit Development, the Council, after receiving a recommendation from the Plan and Zoning Commission, shall review and approve a detailed site plan or subdivision plat pursuant to subsection 6 of this section.
  3. The following specific requirements are established for the Granger Hill Planned Unit Development:
  4. No building with pre-manufactured sheet metal siding or roofing shall be constructed within the planned unit development.Standing seam and copper roofing will be permitted.
  5. In a residential development, the owner shall dedicate to the City for park purposes, one-half of an acre or one percent of the residential acreage, whichever number is greater.
  6. Pole signs are permitted within the fifty (50) feet which lies east of the right-of-way of Highway 17.No pole sign may be higher than fifty (50) feet.  In all other areas of the Granger Hill Planned Unit Development, a lot with a business shall be allowed one monument sign, which shall utilize the same building materials found in the principal building.
  7. Land Use Design Criteria for all Parcels.The Master Plan document delineates five (5) parcels of the planned unit development, which are numbered one (1) through five (5).
  8. Parcel 1.Single-Family Residential.  This parcel is zoned to permit single-family residential uses in compliance with the R-1 Single-Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 80 feet).
  9. Parcel 2.Single-Family Residential.  This parcel is zoned to permit single-family residential uses in compliance with the R-1-A Single-Family Residential District (minimum lot frontage of 70 feet).
  10. Parcel 3. Commercial. This parcel is zoned for commercial uses in compliance with either the Limited Commercial District or the C-2 General Commercial District, specifically including storage facilities. Access to this Parcel will only be from Broadway Street. (Ord. 358 – Dec. 17 Supp.)
  1. Parcel 4. Multi-Family Residential. This parcel is zoned for multi-family residential uses (such as Town Homes or Town Houses or other multi-family residences) in compliance with the R-2 Multi-Family Residential District.
  2. Parcel 5.Commercial.   This parcel is zoned for commercial uses in compliance with either the C-1 Limited Commercial District or the C-2 General Commercial District, as well as storage facilities, gas stations and convenience stores.
  3. Street Right-of-Way.Adequate street rights-of-way shall be provided for the construction, reconstruction, and widening of adjoining streets adjacent to, or within the planned unit development.  Rights-of-way shall be dedicated to the City prior to recording the Final Plat.
  4. Platting.Prior to, or in conjunction with the development or transfer of ownership of any portion of the planned unit development, such area shall be platted pursuant to Chapter 170.
  5. Storm Water Management.Prior to development within each of the parcels of the planned unit development, a complete storm water management plan shall be submitted for review by the Plan and Zoning Commission and approval by the Council. (Ord. 346 – Dec. 16 Supp.) 
Note: The following ordinances have been adopted which amended the Official Zoning Map referred to in Section 165.05 of this Zoning Code and have not been included as a part of this Code of Ordinances but have been specifically saved from repeal and are in full force and effect.

 

ORDINANCE NO.DATE ADOPTEDDESCRIPTION
101March 30, 1994Rezoning from A-1 to C-4
121November 8, 1995Rezoning from R-2 to C-1
136July 8, 1998Rezoning from A-1 to R-1-A
137August 12, 1998Rezoning from R-1 to R-1-A
152October 27, 1999Rezoning from A-1 to C-4
154February 9, 2000Rezoning from A-1 to C-2
157March 8, 2000Rezoning from A-1 to C-2
158March 8, 2000Rezoning from A-1 to R-1, R-3, C-4
159May 15, 2000Rezoning from R-1 to C-2
171April 11, 2001Rezoning from R-1, R-3 & C-4 to Oak

Creek Planned Unit Development

173September 19, 2001Rezoning parcels in Oak Creek PUD
177December 11, 2002Rezoning parcels in Oak Creek PUD
179January 22, 2003Rezoning from A-1 to Windcrest PUD
180January 22, 2003Rezoning from A-1 to R-1-A
183September 10, 2003Rezoning from C-2 to C-1
203May 12, 2004Rezoning from M-1 to C-2
258January 9, 2008Rezoning from A-1 to C-2
262July 9, 2008Rezoning from C-2 to R-1
293September 14, 2011Rezoning from A-1 to C-2
334March 11, 2015Rezoning from A-1 to R-1-A
346September 14, 2016Rezoning from A-1 to Granger Hill PUD